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Isolation free holidays from Isle of Man

Flights between the Isle of Man and Guernsey are now on sale, with Aurigny prices starting at £39.99 each way for an isolation-free trip.

03 July 2020

The governments of Guernsey and the Isle of Man agreed to form an air bridge allowing travel between the two destinations without the need for quarantining on arrival.

This air bridge is the first established by any governments in the British Isles, as well as being the first air bridge between two jurisdictions within the British Isles.

This means holidaymakers from the Isle of Man can visit from July 22nd and come to Guernsey to enjoy the sandy beaches, cliff top walks, cosmopolitan food & drink scene and warmer climes that come as standard with the southerly location. In addition, the four sister islands of Herm, Sark, Alderney and Lihou are all open and ready to welcome to visit Manx residents offering a genuine island experience with daily ferries connecting the islands for a sense of adventure and freedom after so many months cooped up.

Guernsey airline Aurigny will be providing the service, lead-in one-way fares start at £39.99 with hand baggage only with the option to add a 20kg bag at £19.00 each way online, which would make a total of £117.98.

Due to incredibly popular demand, Aurigny have now added more flights for the end of August and first two weeks of September. 

The Islands of Guernsey offer a wide variety of accommodation to suit any budget, from camping and glamping, self-catered apartments and cottages to family-run B&Bs and excellent quality hotels. Visitors could choose to escape from the world and wake up to glorious sea views on a campsite in Herm, or stay in the heart of the historic harbour town of St Peter Port, on the doorstep of Guernsey’s buzzing restaurant and bar scene. 

In addition, for those looking for hassle-free break, Isle of Man-based operator Escape The Rock is offering package breaks with a lead-in price of £299 for four nights staying at the four-star St Pierre Park Hotel, near Guernsey’s capital of St Peter Port.

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